The University of Colorado Cancer Center Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Shared Resource (BBSR) provides state-of-the-art experimental design and data analysis support for members of the University of Colorado Cancer Center.
Expertise represented in the BBSR includes clinical trial design and analysis, survival, longitudinal and missing data analysis, power and sample size analysis, protocol development and review, genomic and proteomic experimental design, gene expression, genome-wide copy number and shRNA analysis, biomarker discovery, trajectory clustering, the identification of transcription control modules, as well as database creation and maintenance.
The BBSR provides services at a greatly reduced rate for Cancer Center members. Therefore, we ask Cancer Center member investigators to include funding for biostatistics and bioinformatics support on grants and contracts that BBSR staff has been involved in, and to include BBSR staff as authors on publications.
How to Use the Core:
Your study's initial design and data collection strongly affect its analysis and interpretation. Please involve us during the design phase to we can help make sure your project is successful. Our work is usually done as part of protocol development for clinical trials or during project design for other cancer-related research.
To get started:
If you have questions, please contact Dexiang Gao, co-director (biostatistics) or Ken Jones, co-director (bioinformatics).